Headline Rollups for April 17, 2018

Konica Minolta, Memjet and SuperWeb – A Partnership for Success

Under this three-way partnership, Konica Minolta will add the Memjet-powered WEBjet 200D and WEBjet100D continuous feed inkjet presses to its long line of market-leading production printing devices.

Three Toshiba presidents paved road to near-ruin

TOKYO — Toshiba on April 1 handed its reins to an outsider for the first time in over half a century. Nobuaki Kurumatani, a former banker, has his hands full cleaning up messes that reduced the electronics conglomerate to a shadow of its former self. But how, exactly, did the company careen so far off track in the first place?

Mopria Alliance Hitting Key Milestones in Universal Mobile Printing Initiative

Embedding core technology from the Mopria Print Service in the current Android OS is the latest step in standardizing printing from mobile devices.

Endless ink and perplexing printers

An article on Pickr explores the benefits of long-lasting ink, but reveals how even this innovation will not keep consumers free of printing woes such as paper jams and hardware failure.

Lexmark Introduces New Generation of Mid-Range Monochrome Products

Lexmark, a global imaging solutions leader, today announced the availability of a new generation of mid-range monochrome products. These intelligent devices are equipped with the latest capabilities, allowing users to focus on growing their business. This new single function and MFP series brings an unparalleled combination of reliability, productivity and security to desktop-sized devices built for medium and small workgroups.

How to Ask Alexa to Print to Your HP Printer

Did you know you can ask Amazon’s Alexa to print something on your HP printer? Yep, by getting the right information from your printer and enabling the correct skill through Alexa, you can direct a print job to your HP printer simply by speaking to Alexa.

HP Looks To Continue Its Growth Pace As ‘Excitement And Energy’ Build

Over the past several years, HP Inc. has taken the sluggish PC and print markets and “dragged these categories back into growth,” HP CEO Dion Weisler said in an interview with CRN [3].

Now, the challenge is to keep up the growth through continued innovation and execution in existing areas, along with the pursuit of emerging opportunities such as the A3 printer market, Device-as-a-Service and 3-D printing, HP executives said during last week’s Executive Forum 2018 in Las Vegas.

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